What We Believe


We are a community of people following the teachings of Jesus Christ built on God’s foundational love and grace. Our hope is to bring the relevance of the Church into people’s lives as we practice those teachings through service, sharing, commitment, and prayer.

St. Luke is a Presbyterian Church, part of the Reformed Tradition of worship. As part of that tradition, we understand God’s unconditional love and forgiveness as unearned and unmerited. Our faith is a response to God’s grace.

We hope you will visit. Come as you are, off the hiking trail or dressed to the nines.

Worship is a good time to “let go and let God.” A time to breathe deeply, a time to reflect, a time to shout out in frustration, a time to weep, a time to laugh… all while worshiping God who gives us the ability to feel all of that and more. Sunday morning is a time to celebrate a God who embraces you just as you are.

In other words, when we say “come as you are” we really mean it.

What we believe

The St. Luke Mission: To practice love by following Jesus.

We do this by: 
Understanding faith as a verb~That “in the doing” of our faith we practice loving and serving others as we understand Christ to have loved and served others; through compassion, inclusion, acceptance, and understanding. So we welcome everyone. We listen to one another, we learn from one another and honor one another’s lives as we journey together through life. And we trust that we never have to rely on ourselves alone, but look to God who connects and sustains all.

Worshiping God~ We honor the traditions of Word and Sacrament because we value their timeless beauty, mystery, and meaning. We seek a relevant experiential understanding of the Bible through the experiences of an ancient people, who like us, were searching for a deeper relationship with God.